Last edited by Loathsome; February 5th, 2013 at 07:29 PM.
I'd say some good works here. Needs a bit of work on perspective and figures, but overall good job.
Also, the last one, with that dinosaur looking thing, I like the concept, but whats up with just front legs? Is it a flat-foot...hahaha!
Keep em' coming.
Unfortunately, a few of your images, such as the latest one, doesn't show up for me... From what I can see though, I really like this.
As previously mentioned, your figures need some work, but you are obviously working on it, so yeah. Keep going. c:
I really like a lot of your ideas here, and I think your colouring-technique looks pretty.
I got some weird error messages from the DA portfolio saying that the images aren't in the right filetype.. even though most of them are jpg files. Are there a lot of broken images or only a few? Which ones are broken? Hmm..
Well, thanks a lot for the comment and the feedback. Yeah.. I'm working hard on my anatomy (books) and such. I've only had like.. 5 lifedrawing lessons in my life so far. I go there once a week so I hope to feel the improvment coming :]
Not too bad man. But if you'll look around you'll notice that the most skillful artists here are those who study the most. Master your drawing skills first and then move to black&white rendering and after that to colors. You'll find a lot of useful post here for each of these stages. Good luck.
If you looked some in this thread you'd notice that I do.
Also, I have figure drawing once a week, which I also do online and at other places.
I don't really understand why I shouldn't be painting at the same time since that's a way for me to practice a lot of things.
How can I learn to paint if I don't paint?
edit: but yes there will be more studies soon, I usually do them traditionally
Last edited by Loathsome; October 9th, 2009 at 04:22 PM.
Towards the end of this first page, I noticed a nice pickup in your figure drawing skills. The 1 minute poses were pretty well done, for 1 minute poses anyway
Good work on the other figures, however, try to minimize the cartoon look when drawing faces/the human figure.